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Women’s championship a success across multiple platforms

The 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship and Women’s Final Four hosted in Tampa Bay resulted in successes across multiple platforms. The Women’s Final Four attendance totaled 39,540, marking the highest attendance for the...

Perfect 10

The Huskies squad that defeated Notre Dame 63-53 in the national championship game on April 7 in Tampa, Florida wasn’t the same team that gathered on Connecticut’s campus six months before.

2014 Division I Field Hockey

The championship match between the University of Connecticut and Syracuse University wasn’t just a showdown between two powerhouse Division I field hockey programs. It was also a rematch of two former conference rivals that had met 37 times over the history of their programs but had not faced each other on the field since 2012.

Catastrophic injury reporting requirement starts Aug. 1

Beginning on Aug. 1, all NCAA member schools will be required to report any catastrophic injuries incurred by their student-athletes, a mandate that supports a new comprehensive and accurate structure for tracking those injuries.

Have I Got Your Attention Yet?

UConn head coach Geno Auriemma isn’t shy about voicing his opinions. And that might be just what women’s basketball needs.

NCAA Men's Final Four teams hit the books

By Audrey Snyder Special to NCAA.org As soon as the Louisville Cardinals step on the airplane for a road game, there’s a dominant presence in the front seat. The players carry their bags and try to shuffle past him, but they hear his stern...

UConn's Boatright cleared to play

University of Connecticut men’s basketball student-athlete Ryan Boatright has been cleared to compete immediately, the NCAA announced today. This situation involves many of the specific concerns expressed by NCAA membership regarding...

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